Discussion in 'LED Aquarium Lighting' started by Biocube, Apr 30, 2012.
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Chris, you use the storm setting often? Do your corals freak out and close up?
here you guys go, hope this works well for you too.
Never, I was told both by Neptune Systems and RapidLED it couldn't be done. So I wanted to see if I could simulate it with what I had.
Next I plan to do cloud coverage.
Thank you Biocube for posting it.
While I applaud your DIY effort's to make a storm mode with your setup I just DONT see the point...I didnt see the point on the high end unit's that offered it, especially NOT for the extra $ that they want for them
I mean they do NOTHING for coral growth/spawning nor for fish spawning so while I guess it's a cool toy/option to have I think it would get old after a month at most and then would never be used again other than when new people came over to say "hey look what my lights can do"
Again I am NOT taking away from what you have accomplished here, I just dont see the point to it
Ummmm..... Thanks for the applauds and opinion.
As mentioned before I did it because I was told it couldn't be done.
Storms do nothing for the tank, but they sure look cool. And people get their minds blown when they see my tank randomly go into a storm.
NIce job biocube, im looking forward to see if you can get some cloud coverage going, that will be sick. I always thought it would be sweet on a long tank to have clouds roll across the tank at random.
I get the following error:
\\ Error: Expected ON or OFF OR PFx //Error: line 7 - If FeedB 000 Then Storm1
How do I define FeedB to get this to work?
Make sure to create the profile first, then it shouldn't get an error.
Here's an example of my light programming:
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